Celebrating St. Nicholas Day

Happy Sunday, friends! I’m Sarah Baldwin and I have a new “Sunday with Sarah” for you. Today I thought I would talk to you about St. Nicholas, whose day is coming on December 6. It’s St. Nicholas’ Saint Day that’s celebrated in many countries around the world on December 6th and is of course what…

New Pagan Temple In Poland & Religious Freedom

Hello friends! My name is Arith Härger and today I’m going to talk about… what am I going to talk about today? ah… alright huh… hrrm… the new.. p-p-ppp… I can’t understand your letter hang on it’s in the title alright today I’m going to talk about “The new pagan temple in Poland” what do…

New Pagan Temple In Poland & Religious Freedom

Hello friends! My name is Arith Härger and today I’m going to talk about… what am I going to talk about today? ah… alright huh… hrrm… the new.. p-p-ppp… I can’t understand your letter hang on it’s in the title alright today I’m going to talk about “The new pagan temple in Poland” what do…

The European Union Explained*

Where, is the European Union? Obviously here somewhere, but much like the the European continent itself, which has an unclear boundary, the European Union also has some fuzzy edges to it. To start, the official members of the European Union are, in decreasing order of population: * Germany * France * The United Kingdom *…

The Rules of Rugby Union – EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains the Rules of Rugby Union. The object of the game is for your team to score more points than the opposing team. The game is played with two teams of 15 playing on a field that’s 100 meters long between the goal lines. In Rugby Union, you may run forwards with the ball…

Reformation and Consequences: Crash Course European History #7

[[TV Window]] Hi I’m John Green, this is Crash Course European History, and today we’re going to watch religious reform spread, while states shape up their operations to make them better adapted to governance. And also making war. Mostly making war. As you’ll recall from our last episode, the Peace of Augsburg was supposed to…